A winery located in Wisconsin has a school theme and they allow camping.

Sometimes you just have to getaway. I like to call it blowing the stink off you. There haven't been many chances to do it in a safe fashion this year. Your best bet is some sort of outdoor activity like camping. There are only a few weekends left of good weather to do it. This upcoming one is a holiday, so you get an extra day. Maybe, it's time to make last-minute plans.

Of course, you have to think of something family-friendly. Camping is perfect. How about somewhere with a kid-related theme? That could be fun. What if there's some fun for adults too. Well, there's a winery in Wisconsin, that allows you to camp, and has a school theme. That sounds fun. Plus, if you do a tasting, you don't have to worry about driving.

When I was a kid, I remember my parents took me to Busch Gardens in Florida. I rode on the rides while they enjoy the free samples in the beer garden. See, the Busch in the name was for the beer. I would call that a win-win. I think this road trip to Wisconsin could be too.

The place I'm talking about is Forestville Vines in River Falls, Wisconsin.

According to cntraveler.com,

"The focal point of this picturesque Midwestern winery, where pets are welcome, is the lovingly restored 1897 schoolhouse. Most mornings, RV campers will get stunning views of Forestville Vines’ vineyards and cornfields shrouded in fog, and in the fall, the leaves on the property’s giant trees turn a rich golden yellow. Be sure to try a glass (or, better yet, buy a bottle) of one of the winery’s cleverly named wines like Homework, Recess, and Teacher’s Pet, a nod to the historic schoolhouse."

Sounds like a great place to visit. For more info, HERE.


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